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Discussion in 'General Weather Forum' started by jumpoff, Sep 10, 2017.
Down here in Florida...hey if you happen to see my pup flying by please tell me where it lands...
Oh no! Really? I am so sorry that you are going through all this. I'm glad you are safe. That's the most important. Keep us posted as to how things are going.
Stay safe and hope all goes well. I pray your pop up isn't a victim from this storm.
Hope you come through it all in good shape. Stay safe!
If I see it up here, I'll haul it back to you!! Stay safe, and hope all our friends in Florida make it through the storm.
Hoping all is OK for you!
i'll keep an eye out for it....
Hope that you are safe!
I have to laugh, we had an F5 tornado here and a neighbour lost their PUP. Never found, but their mail was found in a tree 50 miles away! Always makes me wonder do they just land in someone's yard and they think...cool, a trailer!
Hey... Thanks to all for responding ( Ilovemom43, jmkay1, Wrenchgear, Lloyd B, yetavon, West Coast Canuck, weigh2go and of course Natureangel) and sending well wishes..nothing actually flew away in the hurricane. I liked that story about the mail in the tree 50 miles away after a tornado. The damage here was very specific to where you happened to live. The main damage locally was tree damage to structures and extreme flooding in some areas. As a camper I wouldn't plan anything in the Keys for awhile and would probably avoid the southern tip of the state as well. My local favorite is Anastasia State Park in St Augustine which is right on the coast. I heard it fared pretty well.
So glad to hear everything fared well, or as well as you can get. My relatives live just inland from Tampa and only lost their pool enclosure.
Glad you made it though Irma OK, I guess you never know with these storms. You are right, the Keys could be closed to camping for quite a while from some of the pictures I have seen.
I am glad to hear that you made it though the storm relatively unscathed. Take care.
Good to hear I can stop looking for your camper.